By default SharePoint 2013 detects if the site is being displayed in a mobile device and shows the content in a very simplified portal that remove most of the features. Sometimes you just want more control over your mobile website. Deactivating this view can be useful if you want to get the full site to […]
By default SharePoint web part editor is static and sometimes the web part and the editor are not visible at the same time. To change this behavior I came across this solution originally developed by Matthew Koon which I tweaked a little to work both with BindTuning themes and the original Seattle theme. SharePoint default […]
By default SharePoint 2013 doesn’t have a breadcrumb (like the 2010 version used to have). This was a very helpful feature to navigate back in your site and some users really miss it. This post was updated on 12th June 2014 to solve the missing icon issue reported by some users. The good news is […]
The European SharePoint Conference will take place in the beautiful city of Barcelona, Spain, from 5-8 May, 2014. This fantastic feast of SharePoint will be run over four days of new and informative SharePoint sessions and tutorials providing you with a golden opportunity for learning, increasing skills and awareness of SharePoint as well as sharing […]
Microsoft announced the Discover SherePoint, a new site geared towards driving end-user adoption. SharePoint is all about helping people get things done better together. This new site is a great place to go for end users to discover SharePoint and learn what’s in it for them. The site features various business scenarios, along with a […]
The SharePoint Connections Amsterdam Conference will be held in Amsterdam on the 19th & 20th November 2013, supported by the Netherlands SharePoint Community and the Dutch Information Workers User Group. The conference will offer SharePoint Developers, Infrastructure Specialists, Architects, IT Managers, Business and Power Users sessions about SharePoint 2013 and Office 365 delivered by SharePoint […]
The new Office 365 and SharePoint 2013 introduced a suite bar at the top of the screen and for most of the users it is just a useless empty space. By default it displays a SharePoint or Office 365 word in the left side and some links for the installed features in the right. In […]
Michael Gannotti shows how the Philadelphia MTC (Microsoft Technology Center) was able to quickly theme/skin their SharePoint public facing website using BindTuning.
Microsoft finally announced the dates for SPC 2014. It will take place at the Venetian hotel in Las Vegas from March 3rd to 6th. Without further details the official website is showing an animation with some curious data from the last edition, 83 countries where represented making it the largest SharePoint gathering in the world, […]
This is the first webinar in a series of Bind Tuning tutorials, focusing on customizing, downloading and installing Bind Tuning themes in Sharepoint 2013. This webinar walks through the steps for both farm and sandbox solutions.